Next up is the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final against Chelsea, while their next Premier League fixture sees a rejuvenated Manchester United visit Wembley next weekend.
"As I explained for different players, it's not only in our hands, it's what the player wants".
"I think it was important for him and for the team an important victory and to get to the next stage of the FA Cup".
"I think so because the level of determination is good, now we have to solve some problems, of course", he added.
"I think that here in the first season it is really very hard for everybody - Pochettino, four years [without a trophy], for Klopp, four years [without winning anything]".
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"The match was really odd I think, because it was after the global break and probably we were not able to arrive to the match with the right mentality and focus". I know for me he is a very important player, he's young and now he's improving, especially in the defensive phase.
"It is like playing in the Champions League [to win] the League Cup, so here everything is really, really very hard".
Blues supporters have been under the spotlight in recent weeks after a number of high-profile incidents, including a derogatory chant about Spurs supporters that featured alleged anti-Semitic language at a Europa League match in Hungary last month.
Marco van Ginkel (knee) and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (back) will certainly miss out, while Cesc Fabregas (cramp) and Mateo Kovacic (illness) are doubtful.
The London rivals go head-to-head as they look to take the initiative ahead of the return fixture at Stamford Bridge on January 22.